First let me say that this was aonther one of the places my parents used to eat at from time to time. Came here on a saturday afternoon, not many people here at all. Sat down at the bar area that had tv's but none of them were on. Ordered the onion rings for an appetizer and they were not typical rings. They were served on a plate in a nice pile of thinly cut rings, greasy, but they were great and served fresh out of the fryer. Although they propbably should fry them seperate from the rest of the seafood there cause it had a fishy kinda smell, not very strong but you could tell. Had the 1 pound jumbo shrimp which was served with some kind of tartar sauce, and had a decent amount of fries. The shrimp was served fresh and hot and didnt disappoint. Service was slow to start but eventually got better as the stay went on.
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